Polishing the PRD

Marcela Mašláňová mmaslano at redhat.com
Fri Jan 10 15:45:33 UTC 2014

On 01/08/2014 05:46 PM, Tadej Janež wrote:
> Hi!
> There are some parts of the PRD that feel to terse and unclear to me.
> They are:
> 1) (under Testing/additional repositories)
> * A repo with packages only for the build. It might help some developers
> to just build their package without maintaining the build dependencies.
> 2) Build systems
> * COPR & koji
> ** COPR able to build an SCL
> ** koji - a number of improvements for developers (buildlogs, etc.), in
> co-operation with the koji upstream.
Here should be probably list of requirements on both build services, but 
I don't have more of them at the moment.
I guess we should think about our workflow and what are the biggest 
problems, which can be solved by improving build services.
> 3) SCL
> * SCL in Fedora.
> ** Pending in FPC. Most probably each SCL will be added into Fedora as a
> system-wide change.
> * SCL in SCL.org from COPR.
> ** Possible to use 3rd party repos for various projects.
> ** Almost ready.
> * scl-utils v2
> ** New features out of scope for this version of the PRD.
I'm not sure when and how scl will be allowed in Fedora. I agree that's 
more current status than a plan.
> 4) CI
> * Out of scope (going to take a long time to be included in Fedora,
> maybe even the inclusion for this group).
> ** AutoQA - co-operation with Fedora QA.
> ** Jenkins - upstream projects for Fedora should use
> http://jenkins.cloud.fedoraproject.org/
> I would expand them myself, but I'm not knowledgeable enough. So, I
> would kindly ask those who put them in or those with enough expertise to
> expand them.
> Also, I would turn the sections of the PRD around so that "About this
> Document" section would come at the end. That way the PRD's content will
> have more spotlight (it would be similar to the Cloud's PRD).
> Thoughts?
> Regards,
> Tadej
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